At Castle Lane Dental Care, we can help you to complete or restore your look through our dental practices. Often you can also get a boost for your oral hygiene out of a treatment at our clinic in Bournemouth. Veneers are a versatile piece of dentistry that can really improve the way you feel about your smile as well as offer some fringe benefits.
What are veneers in Bournemouth used for?
Veneers are available primarily as a cosmetic treatment. However, they are an option that can be offered to patients who have a chip or crack in their tooth as well. Sometimes they are even used to cover small gaps.
How do they work?
When you come to our clinic in Bournemouth, veneers are something you can discuss in detail with your dentist. However, to give you a brief overview, they are thin pieces of a durable material such as porcelain. These pieces fit over the top of your existing tooth to change the shape or colour of it in order to hide stains, close gaps or cover chips.
Each veneer is specially created to fit the tooth it is made for. In order to get them to sit flush with the surrounding teeth, a corresponding thin layer of enamel needs to be removed before impressions are taken to use to fit the veneers.
Once they have been created and returned to us at Castle Lane Dental Care, we apply them to your teeth using a dental cement. Initially, once the veneer is placed, we can move it around in order to get it into the exact position. When this has been achieved, we shine a light on it, which activates an ingredient in the cement causing it to harden very quickly. We then remove any excess cement and your veneer is fitted.
You can expect it to last between five and ten years. During that time, the veneers are stain resistant and very hard wearing so your teeth are effectively strengthened. They will also be matched closely to any teeth you do not have veneers on so that your whole set looks natural.
Some people choose to have a full set of veneers as a preventive measure and to give them a uniform look to their smile.This entry was posted in Veneers on .
Teeth are hardwearing but there are a number of ways in which they can be cracked, chipped, fractured, or lost.Damage can be sustained by being hit in the face, falling over, banging your mouth, biting down on something with force, having a decaying tooth and/or having large fillings that can’t support what’s left of the initial tooth. If you have damaged your teeth in any of these ways your best option is to make an appointment with your dentist. If the damage is noticeable, for example, you have a chipped tooth at the front of your mouth, or if it’s very painful, you should make an emergency appointment so you can receive treatment as soon as possible.
Castle Lane Dental Care offer same day emergency appointments. Castle Lane Dental Care specialise in loss of teeth, as there is a possibility they could save your original teeth and they could be implanted back in to your gum, allowing the tooth to be saved. In many cases of tooth damage, the practice will recommend crowns & bridges in Bournemouth as the best option to help repair the damaged tooth or teeth. Bournemouth crowns & bridges are versatile and are often used for various other dental treatments. Crowns can be used to cap the top of a tooth that’s received root canal treatment and bridges are used as dental implants. Both are secured into the jaw to enable the patient to have a new, fully functioning tooth that could last a lifetime.Crowns & bridges in Bournemouth are extremely hardwearing and are fitted and coloured so they blend in naturally with your teeth, and if looked after correctly they could last indefinitely.
If you have a damaged tooth and live in the Bournemouth area, make an appointment or an emergency appointment with Castle Lane Dental centre to receive treatment, or to discuss what treatment is available to resolve the issue. Bournemouth crowns & bridges could restore your teeth to their former glory and no one will ever notice that you may have had problems with your teeth.This entry was posted in Crowns & Bridges on .
Do you have recently cracked or damaged teeth? If so Castle Lane Dental Care can help you to fix any damage with their crowns & bridges in Bournemouth. According to Colgate Oral Care Centre, crowns are usually used to cap damaged teeth or to cover an implant. Crowns are coloured to be the same as the rest of your teeth so they willblend in andusually go unnoticed because of their natural look. Bridges are made with a metal brace and are a great option when you have multiple teeth that are damaged, they are very hardwearing, and like crowns are designed to blend in with your natural teeth. Bridges are so hardwearing that they’re often used as a dental implant to replace a missing tooth; they’re secured in to the jaw and can last a lifetime if looked after correctly. So if you have a tooth or teeth that have decayed or have been chipped or damaged, don’t worry! There are options designed to discreetly solve these issues using crowns & bridges in Bournemouth.
Although crowns &bridges in Bournemouth can be used to repair teeth damage that’s happened recently, they can also be used to replace fillings that are large in size, and are no longer working effectively due to there not being enough tooth remaining. Crowns can be added as a preventative measure to help stop the fracture of an already weak tooth, they are used during root canal treatment, which involves removing the pulp from a tooth, filling in the hole and then capping the tooth with a crown. In addition to repairing damaged teeth. Crowns can also be added to cover teeth that aren’t initially aesthetically pleasing; if your tooth or teeth have a different shape or are discoloured, a crown can often be used to improve the appearance of the tooth. If you have damaged teeth, or are thinking of having some work done on your teeth to improve their look, please contact Castle Lane Dental Care to discuss your options involving crowns & bridges in Bournemouth.This entry was posted in Crowns & Bridges on .
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